Watch: Six levels warmer than the UK was this week

I hate summer. Man’s natural state, as far as I’m concerned, is not one spent constantly sticking to oneself, one’s clothing, one’s loved ones, passing vehicles, or anything else.

With this week’s heatwave having evaporated all thoughts other than ‘crikey it’s hot’ from our brains, we cobbled together this week’s Eurogamer Show as best we could. So, without any further ado, here are six levels that are hotter than the UK was this week, but only just.

Grab yourself a cold drink and give it a watch; it won’t take your mind off how warm it is this weekend, but it’s important to stay hydrated and we kind of need people to watch our videos in order to keep our jobs.

Watch: Six strange moments from E3 2016

E3 week is always a hectic affair. Typically speaking nobody has had enough sleep, everyone’s had far too much caffeine and there’s never not a huge stack of things on which to report. Small wonder, then, that it often takes for the show itself to close before we get the chance to reflect and realise just how weird E3 actually is.

In the spirit of looking back in puzzlement, this week’s Eurogamer Show brings you six of the strangest moments from this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. Spoilers: yes, VR pornography is one of them.

Watch: Eight great games that used to be very different indeed

After all that worrying over nothing about Doom , the game released last week and surprised us all with an
which came very close to nailing the feel of its original 90’s predecessor.

But did you know there was once another version of Doom 4 in the works, one that looked completely different to the Doom we’re playing today? This cancelled version – developed sometime between 2011 and 2013 – was set on Earth, looked like a cross between Call of Duty and Homefront: The Revolution, and couldn’t have been more different to the classic Doom formula if it tried.

I used this cancelled Doom 4 as a springboard for this week’s Eurogamer Show, where I explore 8 great games that could have been very different indeed. Among the games featured are Team Fortress 2 – which used to be a realistic war sim – and Goldeneye, which at some point in the dim and distant past was meant to ship without its legendary split-screen multiplayer mode. If you can even imagine such a thing.

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